The following is the latest recap of either procedures
implemented by various agencies or organizations regarding COVID-19. For
continual updates, check the LVN website and Facebook page. Because the state
and county have entered phase one, changes could be implemented at any time.
Notice of change:
The Churchill County Sheriff’s Office has started the process of returning to normal operations.
If you are going to be entering the Sheriff’s Office for any
reason, you will be required to bring and wear a mask unless there is an
Fingerprints will be done by appointment only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the hours listed below. Upon arrival at the Sheriff’s Office for your appointment we ask that you remain in your vehicle and call 775-423-8083 to let us know you are here at that time we will let you know if we are running behind or are ready for you to come in.
Total number of people allowed into the lobby will be
restricted to four as we strive to maintain the 6-feet social distancing
For appointments Call 775-423-8083.
Lobby hours will be 8 a.m. to noon with a break for lunch
and then reopen 1-5 p.m.
Fingerprint appointments will be set as available on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays.
Morning appointments available between 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Afternoon appointments available between 1:15 p.m. until 4 p.m.
City of Fallon
City Hall is closed to the public.
City staff will still be at work and available to assist
residents and businesses via telephone or electronic means during normal
business hours. City crews will also be at work as they continue to operate and
maintain the city’s utilities and other essential service.
The city encourages residents and businesses to call City
Hall with any questions or inquiries. General city questions or inquiries
should be made to 775-423-5104; Engineering/Building Department questions or
inquiries to 775-423-9863; Police Department questions or inquiries to
775-423-2111; and Municipal Court questions or inquiries to 775-423-6244.
The city also encourages customers to make utility payments
by phone, online via fallonnevada.gov/residents/utilities, or by using any of
the four utility payment drop locations throughout the city:
• City of Fallon parking lot, S. Carson St.
• Stillwater Plaza parking lot, 2105 W. Williams Ave.
• CC Communications parking lot, 1750 W. Williams Ave.
• CC Communications parking lot, 879 S. Maine St.
Due to the unprecedented nature and fluidity of the current
situation, the city of Fallon will monitor the coronavirus on a continuous
basis and keep residents informed as the situation evolves.
Continue to monitor the city’s website, fallonnevada.gov;
its Facebook page; and/or follow the city on Twitter@CityofFallon for further
updates and information.
The Lahontan Valley News will also publish any updated
information from the city on its website and Facebook page.
Churchill County government
With a state of emergency being declared by the State of
Nevada due to COVID-19, Churchill County is taking additional measures to help
protect its citizens and county staff. If you are a member of a vulnerable
population (those 65+ and anyone with underlying health issues) we strongly
urge you to conduct any county business by phone or using online services.
Effective immediately, the following county services are
Parks & Recreation facilities, fields, and programs,
Churchill County Library
Churchill County Museum
Pennington Life Center (except for a drive-thru meal
delivery service at the from portico from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
Churchill County officials made the decision to institute a “by appointment only” policy for the departments located in the County Administration Building, located at 155 North Taylor Street. Residents are highly encouraged to utilize the County’s website at www.churchillcounty.org, as many options exist for doing business online or over via telephone. Information on Churchill County actions regarding COVID-19 may be found on its website at: www.churchillcounty.org/covid-19 This page is updated regularly as information becomes available.
Churchill Area Regional Transportation will only be
providing essential transportation services to medical, nutrition, and
employment appointments during this time of reduced services and social
Churchill County officials made the decision to reduce or
modify services at its William N. Pennington Life Center, effective
• The lobby area, front desk and dining room are closed. For
those who come to the dining room for their mid-day meal, a drive-through meal
service will be set up under the portico at the front entrance and packaged
meals will be handed out from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Those with questions are
encouraged to contact the Life Center at 775-423-7096 as phones will be